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Proto - Technology
... Siebe Gorman Proto, a type of rebreather breathing set SEAT Proto, concept cars. ...
Slavic First Palatalization - Interpretation
... There is also some disagreement on whether Proto-Slavic velars became affricates before front vowels and before */j/ at first sight, it seems likely that palatalization of velars was an older process ... However, that change is in fact Common Slavic (post-Proto-Slavic), which is obvious e.g ... The most economic interpretation is that there was no difference in Proto-Slavic of *k and *g before *j, and before *e, *i, i.e ...
South-Central Papuan Languages - Pronouns
... together are suggestively similar, but it has not been possible to reconstruct common forms Proto–Morehead – Upper Maro I/we *ni you *bu s/he/they *be Proto-Pahoturi I *ŋa-na we ? thou *ba or *be ...
Southern Altai Language - Linguistic Features
... */ag/ — Proto-Turkic */ag/ is found in three variations throughout Northern Altai /u/, /aw/, /aʁ/ ... */eb/ — Proto-Turkic */eb/ is found as either /yj/ or /yg/, depending on the variety ... */VdV/ — With a few lexical exceptions (likely borrowings), proto-Turkic intervocalic */d/ results in /j/ ...
Proto-Nahuan Language
... Proto-Nahuan is the hypothetical daughter language of the Proto-Uto-Aztecan language which is the common ancestor from which the modern Nahuan languages have developed ... Some phonological changes shared by all Nahuan languages are Proto-Uto-Aztecan *t becomes Proto-Nahuan lateral affricate *t͡ɬ before Proto-Uto-Aztecan *a ( PUA *taka "man" becomes PN *tlaka-tla "man ... PUA *pahi "water" becomes PN *a-tla "water") Proto-Uto-Aztecan *u merges with *i into Proto-Nahuan *i (PUA *muki "to die" becomes PN *miki "to die) Proto-Uto-Azte ...